After Konami's faffing around with some rather important transfer updates for PES 2016 last year, it promised that all owners would get the upcoming Euro 2016 DLC for free, instead of having to buy it. Still, our friends at Eurogamer have reported that Konami has announced that only 15 out of the 24 teams in Euro 2016 will actually be fully licensed, meaning that the Romania, Switzerland, Russia, Poland, Belgium, Republic of Ireland, Sweden, Austria, and Hungary international squads won't have the latest kits or fully-scanned player faces.
Fortunately, all other teams – including first-time qualifiers Iceland and current European champions Spain – will receive all of those benefits upon the DLC's release on 24th March, while a standalone version of the update will be available to buy exclusively on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 from 21st April, for those of you who don't have the full game.
Are you angry at Konami for not getting the full licenses for the aforementioned teams, or are you indifferent about it? Rub it in how Man United lost to Danish minnows FC Midtjylland in the comments below. Really rub it in. [You're fired, Sam - Ed]